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Cemetery in Milan: S3's First Week in Italy

What was your favorite part of this week? [Going to the] cemetery. 

What was the most difficult or challenging part of this week? Nothing. 

Tell us about a "wow" moment you had this week. I offered to buy the groceries. 

Tell us about your week! I woke up around nine o'clock and then went into the kitchen to make myself some breakfast. The host family only has yogurt fruit pasta and crackers. So I decided to have some yogurt with an apricot. The apricots here are very good and they buy the Yomo brand of yogurt, I don't normally like it but I like this brand of yogurt. The flavor that they buy is grain or something, it's brown! But once you taste it it's okay. 

Then I pulled out my phone to check social media because my room doesn't have internet so I have to go into the kitchen to use it. It's not that big of a deal but something to note. Then I thought to myself "what should I do today" then I got out the Milan tourist handbook that my host family kindly bought for me to borrow while staying here. I decided that I would walk to the cemetery monument. It was a hot day so when I was getting ready I decided to pull my hair up and wear a tank top and some shorts. Then I left the apartment, which is a very nice modern apartment that is located right by the Arco De Pace, which is the famous arch in Milan. Then I began walking through "China Town" until I made it to the cementery.  

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